Switzerland’s participation in the 2019 Concours Mondial de Bruxelles was crowned with 7 Grand Gold Medals. Jean-Daniel Coeytaux’s Chasselas Grand Cru obtained the highest score of all Swiss wines and was thus awarded the Revelation trophy for Switzerland. In fact, most of Switzerland’s medals in 2019 were awarded to the country’s iconic Chasselas wines. The seven winners with the highest accolades also feature wines from the native varieties Cornalin and Petite Arvine.

Blanc Fumé Blanc 2017

Producer: Artisans Vignerons d’Ollon
www.celliersduchablais.ch

Wine Region: Vaud

Appelation: Chablais AOC

Varietals: Pinot gris 40%, Chardonnay 30%

Alcohol by volume (%vol): 13.2

Cave Philippe Bovet Chenin Blanc 2017

Producer: Cave Philippe Bovet Sàrl
www.philippebovet.ch

Wine Region: Vaud

Appellation: Vaud AOC

Varietals: Chenin blanc

Alcohol by volume (%vol): 14.1

Domaines Rouvinez Petite Arvine Grand Cru 2017

Producer: Domaines Rouvinez
www.rouvinez.com

Wine Region: Valais

Appellation: Valais AOC

Varietals: Petite Arvine

Alcohol by volume (%vol): 13.9

JDC Chasselas Grand Cru 2018

Producer: Cave Jean-Daniel Coeytaux
www.coeytaux-vins.ch

Region: Vaud

Appellation: La Côte AOC

Varietals: Chasselas

Alcohol by volume (%vol): 13.0

Petite Arvine Frédéric Zufferey 2017

Producer: Clos de Géronde
www.fredericzuffereyvins.ch

Wine Region: Valais

Appellation: Valais AOC

Varietals: Petite Arvine

Alcohol by volume (%vol): 13.8

Pinot Noir Barrique 2017

Producer: Celliers du Chablais
www.celliersduchablais.ch

Wine Region: Vaud

Appellation: Chablais AOC

Varietals: Pinot noir

Alcohol by volume (%vol): 12.0

Domaines Rouvinez Cornalin Grand Cru 2017

Producer: Domaines Rouvinez
www.rouvinez.com

Wine Region: Valais

Appellation: Valais AOC

Varietals: Cornalin

Alcohol by volume (%vol): 13.9